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it afternoon? charlie sheen says he could be back on the set of "two and a half men." meantime lindsay lohan is waiting to see if she will be charged with stealing a necklace. lola, i don't know which one to begin with. >> let's start with charlie. >> charlie sheen, back after really just a few weeks? >> at home rehab is very interesting to me. i have never heard of this term. do you call up and order rehab, i'll take a rehab with no anchovies. i think that he needs to get back to work. he gets into trouble when he's on hiatus. idle hands work for the devil and i believe he needs to be constantly busy. >> 2 1/2 men is the number one show. and you do wonder about the push and pull about the finances and what may be best for charlie. >> here's the thing, when i worked with charlie, he is a lovely young man, and i know his dad too, we have worked together too. it's a terrific family. i'll just be out front and say a boyfriend of mine killed himself because of drug and alcohol abuse so my heart goes out to them and having lived through some of that with my former boyfriend, it's a tough thing fo
million homes. >>> and charlie sheen's career plans are also making news this morning. his attorney says the troubled actor will return to the set of his hit tv show in two weeks. sheen had been advised to stay in a rehab facility for at least 90 days. but instead, he's been getting personalized rehab at home. >>> now the seattle area, the remorsible robber. surveillance cameras captured the 69-year-old man holding up a gas station on saturday morning. he bought a cup of coffee. then, told the station's owner he wanted all the money in the register. >> i really am sorry to have to do this. but i've got kids. >> how about i give you $40 and this is it? >> well, i can't afford that, sir. i have rent to pay. bills. and the kids need to eat. >> the man there got away with more than $300. as he left, he said when he gets back on his feet, he would return the money. he has since been arrested. it is the second time he's been busted for armed the robbery. the first time got him three years in jail. >>> and now, to your sports news this morning and a historymaking night in pro hoops. we get all
for a drunk driving conviction >>> charlie sheen is leaving rehab a little earlier than expected. sheen's lawyer says sheen should be back on the set of "two and a half men" in another week. you can watch the hit comedy here on wjz. >>> the new look orioles get ready for spring training. mark talks to the architect of the rebuilding project next in sports. [ male announcer ] verizon believes that no small business should be invisible, so we decided to help a real small business make it easier for customers to find them. my name is elizabeth heinz, we're at isabella's boutique in rockville center, new york. do me a favor, and search for your business. alright. ♪ what did you find? nothing. i mean, if you don't have a website, you're basically invisible. [ male announcer ] 40% of small businesses don't have a website. but with verizon websites powered by intuit, it's so easy you can do it yourself, and so powerful it can make any small business more visible. add photos... and then, we'll hit "publish." i have a website?! you have a website. oh my gosh, i can't believe it was that easy.
that charlie sheen could be back to work within two weeks. >> after his at-home rehab. >> right, this would be -- maybe it's a new project. you can rehab at home in two weeks. >> maybe he should join that celebrity rehab show. >> that would be great news for dr. drew. that's about it. i don't think there's enough cameras to cover his life. >> no kidding. more on that later. in the meantime, protesters are packing cairo's main square for a 15th straight and now we're starting to learn more about the people behind the protests. including an egyptian billionaire who has been lending his support. joining us right now from cairo with the very latest is leland, hello. >> good morning, steve. he is the richest guy in egypt and the only big businessman supporting protesters. just got done interviewing him a couple of hours ago. he's put his newspaper and television station behind these protesters and he's got a big warning for us even though he's lost billions in the whole protest because of economic downturns. he said there's no price for freedom but as one of the biggest protests gets started on
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